The group’s intent and aim to enjoy the cultural and traditional aspect, together with the nightlife the island offers.

Having enjoyed the first evening with a dinner by the hotel’s pool, the next day the participants all woke up for a half day seminar which ended with a treat … a lovely luzzu transfer directly from the hotel to Valletta. Once in Valletta, karrozzini (traditional horse drawn cabs) escorted them to the Upper Barrakka Gardens where they could feast their eyes on a spectacular view of the Grand Harbour. This was followed by a short walk to a distinct restaurant found inside the fortifications of Valletta.

The group dined at one of the most exclusive restaurants in Malta, the Barracuda, followed by a night out in Malta’s night life area, St. Julians.




Cavalieri Hotel, St. Julians

Highlighting the authentic experience of enjoying, the sun and sea, the Mediterrean Breeze, accompanied by the Maltese Cuisine.

With a new day beginning, the group went to Gozo by speedboat and enjoyed a few hours exploring the island. After that, they returned to the port where a Turkish gullet took them to Comino. Once in Comino, they had a mouthwatering buffet lunch and also had the opportunity to swim in the crystal waters of the Blue Lagoon. That evening, once back in Malta, they enjoyed dinner in a restaurant specializing in Maltese cuisine, with a duo of musicians entertaining them throughout their meal.


The following evening we took the group in Mdina, where they were greeted by torchbearers who guided them through the streets of the Silent City, ending with a fantastic dinner with perfect ambience, at De Vilhena Palace, a venue exclusive to the group.


After a late check out the last morning, the group visited Marsaxlokk, a typical fishing village for a rich Fish lunch, followed by a visit to Hagar Qim Temples, a megalithic temple complex.  Then it was off to airport to return home with fond memories of the Maltese Islands.


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